In the festive and high-energy atmosphere that often characterises Roskilde Festival, it can be nice with a breathing space.
OUTHABITANTS will take care of just that.
Their respite, PUSTERUM, is like a temporary home in all the tension that the festival stores in our bodies. As a participant, you are helped to participate in a healing togetherness where you get time and space for physical immersion.
The workshop will be a safe place where there is room for laughter and mistakes. A place where you can – if you like – be paired up with other participants you don't know and work with touching, rehearse consent and simple body manipulations.
Through various activities and meditations, you get the opportunity to reflect on themes such as shared homes, habitats and strategies for relations.
After you have participated in the workshop, you can head back out into the tumultuous festival life with a new awareness of your own boundaries, climate, cohesion and more-than-human connectedness.
OUTHABITANTS is a laboratory for temporary homes launched by Alex Blum and Mikkel Mallow.